Jane Fonda proved she is every bit a fashion icon as she showed off yet another stylish outfit during a special radio interview in New York City.
The 80-year-old stepped out in a stunning, floor-length leopard print coat for the SiriusXM’s ‘Town Hall’ series, which features intimate gatherings with celebrities and other important figures.
Sitting down in front of a crowd full of fans, the Book Club star enjoyed a chat with host Perri Peltz, and even answered a handful of questions from the excited studio audience.
Throughout the hour-long session, which was a celebration of the release of her new yoga DVD, Fonda spoke of her acting career and interest in women’s fitness.
Striking a pose before the event kicked off, the blonde beauty showed off her gorgeous coat which she combined with a tight black, long-sleeved top and pants.
Standing tall in black heeled boots, the Oscar winner wore her shoulder-length hair down in soft waves, with a pair of gold drop earrings peaking through.
Fonda kept her make-up fresh with a soft pink lip, hint of blush and lashings of dark mascara which highlighted her dazzling blue eyes.
While the event was fun and relaxed, the same can’t be said for a recent interview Fonda gave to US magazine People where she opened up about her mother’s suicide.
“As a child, you always think it was your fault…because the child can’t blame the adult, because they depend on the adult for survival,” she told People. “It takes a long time to get over the guilt.”
She also revealed that she learnt a lot about her own mother while writing her memoir My Life So Far, including her bipolarity. She said: “When you go through that kind of research…if you can come to answers, which I was able to do, you end up being able to say, ‘It had nothing to do with me.”
If you’re depressed or need someone to talk to, there are many 24/7 support lines available, including Lifeline on 13 11 14, the Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467, MensLine Australia on 1300 789 978 and Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636.